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breakpointnoun [C]

(also break-point) uk   us   /ˈbreɪkpɔɪnt/
a ​price, ​condition, etc., at which discussions can no ​longer continue because ​people cannot ​agree: The ​minimumprice at which a ​seller is ​willing to ​tradedetermines the ​negotiating breakpoint.
the ​level at which the ​salescharges become ​lower when a ​financialproduct is being ​sold: We ​offer a Class A ​purchasesubject to an appropriate ​salescharge breakpoint: 4.75% at $10,000; 3.75% at $100,000; or 2.50% at $250,000.
(Definition of breakpoint from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “breakpoint”
in Chinese (Simplified) (网球中的)破发点…
in Chinese (Traditional) (網球中的)破發點…
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